February 3, 2014

Merry Monday #94!

Happy Monday Stampers! How was your weekend? I spent part of mine in my stamp room getting ready for some upcoming classes. What better way to relax huh? So today is Monday which means a brandy-new challenge at Merry Monday:


I know I told all of you that because I am now a Merry Maker for Merry Monday, which means one Christmas card a week every single Monday, that I would sometimes be using retired products. That's exactly what I've done for today's card:


I used the retired "Stocking Die" and the retired "Northern Frost Die" for the snowflakes. The remainder of the products are all current:


I added leaves from the "Autumn Accents Die but used a holiday-ish color that I think looks great layered along with the snowflakes:


And the embossing is a new folder called "Scallops Embossing Folder". Here are the supplies I used:
  • Stamps: Delightful Dozen
  • Inks: Soft Suede
  • Accessories: Primrose Petals Stitched Satin Ribbon, Boutique Details
  • Tools: Stocking Die (R), Northern Flurry Die (R), Scallops Embossing Folder, On Film Framelits Dies, Autumn Accents Die, Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots
  • Cardstock: Soft Suede, Whisper White, Primrose Petals
Make sure you drop by Merry Monday to visit all of us designers. We have lots of inspiration for you!
 
Thanks for stopping by to visit!


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20 comments:

  1. LOVE that you used the stocking die! Love the details you added too! Have a great week!

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  2. Such a creative project that you made...cute, cute, cute! : )

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  3. This is adorable, Debbie! Love the colors and this beautiful stocking die! I have it and totally forgot about it! LOL Love how you decorated this with a mix of leaves & snowflakes! Cute, cute, cute!

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  4. This is so awesome, Debbie! I love all the details you've added on your stocking - WTG!

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  5. Beautiful and elegant. Love the primrose petals leaves - different.

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  6. Fantastic card Debbie, this stocking is lovely.

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  7. Love your stocking, Debbie. The snowflakes and filmstrip embellishments are just fabulous!

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  8. Debbie, your stocking is just stunning! I love all the little touches especially how you did the label - brilliant!

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  9. Always such fun to open your blog to see your new creations! I just looked at this fabulous stocking die this last weekend....never thinking I would pull it out and create just yet. You did such a wonderful job decorating this with old and new....some things just should never be retired! Hope you are staying warm and dry....

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  10. Debbie, this is one very luscious Stocking! I love everything about it. Gorgeous.

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  11. I was so sorry when they retired this wonderful die! Mine will stay with me for a long time yet! I love the colors and the embossing and that delightful diecut for the sentiment! Have a great week!

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  12. What a perfect card for this challenge, that stocking is great! Lovely card, Debbie!

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  13. This is a really cute card. I wish they hadn't retired that die...It was on my wish list...but I waited too long...(story of my life...smile)

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  14. You may have used some retired products, but darn, Debbie, the way you used them is fresh and wonderful! What a delight!! Hugs, Darnell

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  15. Gorgeous stock, Debbie! I love the embellishments as well as that beautiful sentiment!

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  16. Absolutely AWESOME! LOVE this shaped card!

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  17. Love the colours you used for you stocking Debbie, very pretty together. Good mix of old and new products, I use retired all the time for my Christmas cards, gotta get some mileage out of them and that is half the challenge to come up with a new idea to use them.

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  18. I love all of the layers and dimension of this! Adorable stocking!!

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  19. I love the stocking card . . . from the awesome shape of the card to the texture. It's fabulous.

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  20. Wowzer! That is one incredible card, Debbie! Somebody is going to be very lucky to open this one next Christmas!

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